Sunday, September 22, 2019

BoG/Gov’t destroyed Banks stronger than the remaining ones – Adongo

Member of Parliament for Bolga Central constituency, Isaac Adongo has accused the Central Bank of spreading lies just to justify its "disguised" banking sector...

Adongo to sue BoG over breach of Bank of Ghana Act

A Member of the Finance Committee of Parliament, and MP for Bolga Central Isaac Adongo has served notice of his decision to sue the...

Provide details on GH¢2.75bn procurement savings – GACC petitions Ofori Atta

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition and 20 other Civil Society Groups have petitioned en-bloc the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, to provide further and better particulars...

Zenith Bank listed amongst top 3 most credible Banks in Ghana

Zenith Bank Ghana has emerged the second most credible bank in Ghana, according to Credmap Technology Ghana Banking Credibility Index. The inaugural “credibility-rating” engine...

Transport fares go up by 10% today

The 10% increment in public transport fares  is expected to take effect today, Monday, September 16, 2019. The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) announced...

SwiftWheels! Firm launches new ride-hailing app

A Ghanaian owned transport company has entered the ride-hailing market. Swift-Wheels Transport Company Limited launched its ride-hailing application 'SWIFTWHEELS' at a media event today, September...

‘BoG received GHS90m from Heritage Bank as stated capital, approved GHS35m for infrastructure’

THE Herald has intercepted incontrovertible evidence that indicates that the Bank of Ghana (BoG) received a cash transfer totaling GHS90 million from the now...

Minimum capital requirement for Mobile Money companies pegged at GH¢20 million

The Bank of Ghana in regulating the emergence of new payment streams, has issued the minimum capital for the licensing and authorisation of various payment...

Transport fares: Give us 30% increment – Concerned Drivers

A group calling itself the Concerned Drivers Association wants government to revise upward the rate of increment in transport fares by 30% instead of...

Transport fares up 10%

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has announced an increment in transport fares by 10%, effective Monday, September 16, 2019. The new fares cover...